Trust market forces to solve slow 5G rollout
Julian Jessop quoted in BBC News
IEA research featured in Farmers Weekly
Legislation has reduced the rent telecom companies must pay to landowners for housing network equipment, such as masts. This poses a threat to property rights and is slowing down the 5G rollout.
Land agents have reported that mobile phone operators are now offering extremely low rental fees to farmers. The paper argues that a system which allows landowners to be fairly compensated for use of their land would speed-up the 5G rollout.
The paper was featured in Farmers Weekly. Read here.